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Jellybean Fall Colours Tour 2018

This year’s Fall Colours Tour took us to the Owl Café in Hope for lunch on Friday, after which we stopped in Penticton for the first night along with a dinner party on a waterfront, rooftop patio. On day two we again explored many driver friendly roads and stopped at the Sprokkets Café/DreamCycle Motorcycle Museum near Sorrento for an amazing lunch inside the museum. They shut down the museum for us and set up tables right beside the extremely rare motorcycles which was one of the highlights of the day. The Nancy Green Lodge housed us for the night and put on an amazing spread for dinner and breakfast the next morning. Sunday’s drive back was as beautiful as it gets, with light snow for about an hour, with a stop in Logan Lake for coffee then the Canyon Highway back home again.

All told, we covered 1,300 kilometers on beautiful, all paved, “off the beaten path” roads while seeing amazing sights, making the event a great experience for the participants.